Zambia is a landlocked country in south-central Africa, most of which belong to the plateau area. Zambia is named after the Zambezi River and is also the birthplace of the Congo River. Copper ore is richer, and it is also called the country of copper ore. Compared with neighboring countries, Zambia has a good infrastructure and transportation.
Zambia is one of the least developed countries in the world. However, in the 2014 Human Development Index report, Zambia’s Human Development Index has reached the “medium” level, which means Zambia has developed into a developing country.